firwood

firwood

(ˈfɜːˌwʊd)
n
the wood of the fir tree
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He had caught sight of the very place--a little white house nestled against a big, whispering firwood, with a spiral of blue smoke winding up from its kitchen chimney--a house which just looked as if it were meant for babies.
On approaching the shed I found that it had once been a boat- house, and that an attempt had apparently been made to convert it afterwards into a sort of rude arbour, by placing inside it a firwood seat, a few stools, and a table.
FIRWOOD WATERLOO head coach Stuart Turner is already gearing up for another season in North One West after escaping relegation with a win in the final match of last season at home to Manchester - who were duly relegated.
Finally, the BCF's long standing Coatings Care Awards were presented to two BCF member companies participating in the programme--the Coatings Care Overall Best Performer Award went to Pulse Printing Products in Wick, and the Coatings Care Progress Award to Firwood Pains in Bolton.
TCrompton's Cottage, a Grade I Listed chocolate-box cottage on Firwood Fold in the Tonge Moor area of the town was the birthplace of Samuel Crompton, the inventor of the spinning mule.
HUDDERSFIELD RU put Firwood Waterloo to the sword in spectacular style as they stormed to an 85-14 victory - a third five-point win in a row.
Billingham have skipper Joe Evans available for tomorrow's National Three North trip to Firwood Waterloo.
It escaped on Saturday at around 12.20am from Firwood Gardens, Lobley Hill, Gateshead, and despite an extensive search is nowhere to be seen.
Josh Hine has become the second Southport and Birkdale cricketer to be attracted by the lure of playing for Firwood Bootle, but Andy Barlow has opted to join S&B from Rainford, the club he joined very briefly when he left Ainsdale in the close season.
Firwood House near Wooler and The Strand near Bardon Mill were both buzzing with the 'big six' bumblebee species on two inspection days last spring and summer, and more besides.
As part of their Advanced Welsh Baccalaureate, students at Ysgol y Preseli in Crymych, helped Neyland companies, Firwood Homes and Manderwood Timber Engineering, in their search for new ways to make homes more energy efficient.